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Erin Carlyle added this to Clever Solutions for Sharp Kitchen Counter Corners18 June 2018

3. Angled by doorThis kitchen has a range that sticks out farther than the doorway wall. One option would have been to stop the run of counter where the range ends. But the designer found a solution that also adds storage: Angling the countertop to the left of the range so it forms a wedge that looks interesting but not awkward. More importantly, it creates a smooth route in and out of the kitchen. And with the space used for open shelving rather than a traditional closed cabinet, all that space is easily accessed.Here’s a guide to the most popular kitchen countertop materials

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samhickey76 added this to Kitchen9 February 2021

angled shelf might be nice next to the sliding doors

HU-648387015 added this to kitchen30 November 2020

Angled countertop/cabinets would look like this next to breakfast nook

Laurel L added this to Kitchens28 November 2020

Angled shelves allow open storage without impeding traffic through adjacent doorway.

Elizabeth Holt added this to Elizabeth's Ideas1 November 2020

Angled cabinet next to door on left of picture